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... and bulky bags hold a lot of candy, but they're not very or fun to look at or tote around. In this activity, your child will make a candy corn candy...
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... great jump rope rhyme! Though we all know the classics like “Cinderella dressed in yellow” and “Teddy bear, teddy bear…” writing your own...
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... for tentacles. How many tentacles does an octopus have in all? Now that the form of the octopus is complete, it's time to decorate. Invite her to draw a face and...
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... cheer on the local team. And with all the cutting, coloring, and designing involved, it's sure to bring out the artist in your little sports fan, too. This...
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... game. All it takes is half an egg carton, a handful of coins, and some construction paper. Soon you’ll be tossing paper wads into egg carton cups, adding money...
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...? Where do they go when the temperatures drop and the snow flies? In late autumn, frogs will settle into the mud at the bottom of a pond. They don't freeze solid...
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... child wrap the brown construction paper around the soup can. Have her use a pencil to mark off the excess paper Give her the scissors and let her carefully...
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... playlist of bird songs, calls, and chirps. What You Need: Tape recorder with cassette or a smart phone recording app Internet with audio player...
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... birdhouse roof and sides. Help your child cut out all the pages from the book, and save them to decorate the birdhouse. You or your child can use the hot glue gun...
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... when she reaches the end of this line. Glue and lay twine until all of the thin lines are done. Now have her pick out the areas that she wants to look like...
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New Year's Eve invitations are festive and easy for kids to make. Create a set of New Year's Eve invitations to invite guests to your home this December 31.
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Sometimes a sandwich is just ho hum boring. Help your kid make lunch fun by threading her favorite ingredients on a skewer for a quick and easy sandwich kabob.
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Are you looking to entertain your child and a large group of his friends? Try out Chain Tag. The more players you have, the more fun the game becomes!
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Looking for an on-the-go game that can be played anywhere, anytime? Put down the hangman and tic-tac-toe. Here's a new one for the whole family!
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... first layer is slightly hardened, then add another layer of melted wax and more charms. (Don’t rush the process; all the charms will sink to the bottom if the...
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... will read stories galore about all sort of animals, real and imaginary. They'll work hard to “decode” the words—learn how their letter sounds...
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.... Then ask him to pretend that he has embarked upon a trip to that part of Africa and is experiencing all that the local culture has to offer. Using his imagination...
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... and thread a ribbon through it so that your child can hang her colorful creation up for everyone to enjoy all throughout the fall season. *A snood is the fleshy...
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... celebrating a festival beloved by Hindus and Jains across the world. Deepwali, or Diwali for short, is the Indian “Festival of Lights.” For five days...
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... fried jelly-filled donuts, are a real treat any time of year, but especially when celebrating the Festival of Lights. Teach your child about Jewish tradition and the...

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